Review: MANY MILES AWAY – “Can You Feel It” by Edmund Barker

Music

The bold new band Many Miles Away has a sound that encompasses many different genres, from metal to electronic to a bit of a jazzy swing. One only has to listen to their new song “Can You Feel It” to realize that the duo, a collab between guitarist Miles Schon and singer Michael Shapiro, has some incredible cards up its sleeve. Starting things out with a thumping club beat, the tune picks up in intensity with moody, wistful vocals until fiery Santana-esque guitars hit you on the chorus. The full force of the production is impeccable, immersing you in a groovy wall of sound.

The track comes to life thanks to a lurching, shuffling beat not unlike the Billy Squier classic “The Stroke,” practically begging you to step out onto the dance floor. Producer Tom Fletcher’s production work on the song is a thing of beauty, linking all these disparate elements together into a musical tsunami that never feels like it’s cluttered or trying too hard. Many Miles Away, still something of a young-ish act dating back to 2021, clearly has a bright future ahead of them if this single is any indication. The creative fusion of Schon and Shapiro gives their work a wonderfully eclectic feel. Here’s to a great musical journey ahead for them.

5/5 Stars

Watch the “Can You Feel It” music video here:

The official website for Many Miles Away can be found at https://www.manymilesaway.com

Download “Can You Feel It” here:

iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/album/can-you-feel-it-feat-miles-schon-michael-shapiro-single/1667851276
Amazon Music: https://amazon.com/music/player/albums/B0BT22WSNY?marketplaceId=ATVPDKIKX0DER&musicTerritory=US&ref=dm_sh_14iYpA5sGaQqgZ18ayfeXYB7j

Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/track/1DuAHKq8jl6rd2zzG4Ghyj?si=24d2ca9001184cb9

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